The Alfa Romeo museum in Milan will next week open once again after a six-year hiatus.
Following the release the new Giulia sports sedan, Alfa Romeo will once again begin welcoming the public to its museum in north Italy, 105 years on from the marque’s conception.
Closed six years ago following the decommissioning of an adjacent plant and a relocation of the brand’s headquarters, the La macchina del tempo - Museo storico Alfa Romeo is home to 69 of Italy’s most iconic cars, from Alfa’s genesis, the 24 HP, to Mille Miglia winners such as the 6C 1750 Gran Sport the 8C.
The museum will feature three elements to it, with visitors being taken through ‘history, beauty and speed’ themed rooms as they explore Alfa’s motoring contributions.
Also launched this week was Alfa’s new brand centre in Milan, featuring a new test track, showroom, and customer delivery area, with the launch of the new Giulia remaining the focal point of its global re-launch.
The museum will be accessible to visitors every day, except Tuesdays, from 10am to 6pm, with extended opening hours until 10 pm on Thursdays.